Appeared in all 13 games making 12 starts at wide receiver...Third Team All-CAA at both wide reciever and punt return...Made 51 receptions for 593 yards and four touchdowns as the Monarchs' second leaing reciever...Caught a school record 12 passes for 149 yards in the week 10 win over Richmond...Caught six passes in week two against Hampton and week six at Rhode Island...Had touchdown receptions in week one versus Campbell, week five against #20 UMass, week 11 at William & Mary, and against #2/3 Georgia Southern in the second round of the FCS Playoffs...Totaled 17 punt returns for 144 yards...Averaged 8.5 yards per return to rank third in the CAA...Had five returns for 29 yards in week one with Campbell...Also had a trio of punt returns for 33 yards in week nine at Villanova and a pair for 23 yards in week 10 against #9/10 James Madison....
Led the Monarchs in receiving for the second straight season...Made 55 receptions for 616 yards and a team-leading six touchdowns in ODU's 11 games...Averaged 56.0 yards per game...Career-high 111 yards on eight catches in season finale at N.C. Central...Posted a pair of touchdowns at Campbell...Also had TD receptions against Monmouth, #14/16 Cal Poly, Savannah State, and N.C. Central...
Overcame an ACL injury from the previous spring to become the Monarchs' leading receiver...Averaged 54.7 yards per game and 13.1 yards per catch... Had touchdown receptions in wins against Campbell, Georgetown, and VMI......Longest reception of the year was a 32-yard catch against Campbell...Season-high 93 yards receiving in the season opening victory over Chowan...Also a member of the special teams unit...Had nine punt returns averaging 3.1 yards per return...
Hauled in 67 passes for 1,135 yards and eight touchdowns as a senior, becoming the first Phantom in school history to have 1,000 yards receiving... Named second team all-state as a wide receiver and first team all-state as a defensive back by the Virginia High School Coaches Association... Virginia Preps all-state as a defensive back... All-district and all-region... Helped guide Phoebus to the 2006 Division 5 state championship and back-to-back regional titles... Finished his career with 107 receptions for 2,027 yards (18.9 yards a catch), 21 touchdowns and 11 interceptions defensively...Coached by current ODU assistant coach Bill Dee.
Born June 29, 1989...Son of Tinnie Gamble and Reid Evans Sr....Majoring in sports management.
Reid Evans' Career Stats